La Cala Europa course is 6014 metres in length, par 71.
A dramatic golf course but easier for the average golfer, with generous fairways, flatter terrain and slightly larger greens than Campo America and Asia. Notable for one main bridge and four smaller bridges across the River Ojén, which features in eight holes, cutting across three fairways. There are four tunnels for golf carts.
Water hazards guard the 3rd and 14th greens. The 14th is at the maximum limit of what is allowed for a par 3 at 233 metres. The par 5 11th is the longest hole at 524 metres.
La Cala Resort is one of the largest and most exclusive resorts in southern Europe with three 18 hole golf courses and a high standard Par 3 six hole golf course. The natural features of the La Cala terrain have been used to challenging effect by the renowned golf course architect, Cabell B. Robinson. The three golf courses are carefully maintained to ensure they are playable all year round. The North Course (now renamed Campo America) is perhaps more difficult than the shorter South (Campo Asia) but both demand great accuracy from the tee and careful club selection. Meanwhile, the third golf course, Campo Europa, uses the River Ojen in making the course distinctive. The layout allows for plenty of water hazards. All three offer different challenges to all levels of golfers and demand good course management in addition to a wide variety of shots.
Enjoyed La Cala Europa - in good condition and some excellent and interesting holes. Definitely need a buggy with good brakes as the course is very long and hilly!. Got a twilight deal which was also great value. Clubhouse and terrace are also excellent and the staff were very friendly and efficient.
I loved it because I played well. Very hilly and very scenic.
Everything was great.
Great course. Had played this before and some stunning holes. It's good value. Short on refreshment stalls but let us know to take beers at starters office. Good experience.
A wonderful course in the hills. You definitely need a buggy. Course condition was great, pace of play perfect. Absolutely nothing to complain about!
Staff brilliant,could not fault them
Everything was OK
James Douglas Campbell
I did not agree with published reviews of this course which stated that the Europa was the easiest of the 3 La Cala courses. Europa felt like it was built wherever they could fit it in and hence all the fairways were somewhat on the side of a hill, so even a good shot could end up rolling off sideways into hazards, so unfairly punishing a good drive. Unless you could place your tee shot fairly precisely it was something of a lottery. Perhaps the older courses would be on more suitable ground - the America course looked better from what we could see of it. The clubhouse was very busy and somewhat impersonal. I enjoyed some of the other course we visited which felt more like a quieter private golf club.
Nice golf with a lot of uphill and downhill shots, many blind shots. the caddy master was not friendly and not very helpful but still a good experience altogether.
Great course. Challenging with some narrow fairways
Lovely course some fabulous views arguably the best course. A buggy is essential unless you're really fit. Worth playing all the courses there isn't a bad one.
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